Liverpool confirm Jota signing for reported $80 million


The 18-year-old was poached from Ajax's academy in the under-17 ranks, joining the Reds in August 2018, just in time for their magical two years featuring Champions League and Premier League glory.

"Jota is a player who has been with us for three seasons with such high performances". The Dutch defender moves to Wolves for £9M, again with around £5M of potential add ons and with Liverpool retaining interest in a potential 15% sell on price.

Ki is a talent we have bought for the long-term future, but he can also give the first team a fresh and potent option immediately. The 23-year-old subsequently became a pivotal part of Nuno Espirito Santo's squad, amassing 131 appearances, in which he had a solid return of 44 goals and 19 assists.

Jurgen Klopp has been in the market for a versatile attacker to offer competition to the likes of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino this season and Jota emerged as a serious target late last week.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reportedly been a long-time admirer of the Portugal global, and it comes a day after the Premier League champions signed Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich. "He has the speed, he can combine, can defend, can press", Klopp said.

"Diogo is wonderful and everybody knows the relationship we built".

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"It is one of the best teams in the world - the best at the moment because they are world champions". They are obviously more experienced than me, so the first stage is to connect with them, to learn with them.

While Jota's departure is a blow for Wolves, they can look forward to the arrival of 18-year-old Dutchman Hoever.

"Ki will join us".

"He's a player who gives us so many options to use him".

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, the former Premier League striker admits he has mixed emotions about the club letting the likes of Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota leave to be replaced by unproven players.